Bee + Blad
IRON on Flickr.
Oh so that’s what we doin’ now? — African American Proverb. Said when one is behaving brand new. (via blkproverbs)
"Before I Lay Me Down To Sleep" - www.nakeyab.com
Jonas Wood (American, b. 1977), Grid Pot 3, 2014. Oil and acrylic on linen, 25 x 20 in.
#KerryJamesMarshall. This man… this show… this painting…
Tropical Place- in all pink is polluted her sky, a coloring of world to display her, plays tricks, performs acrobatic acts that miss! The Orient should tumble and bumble, curl and have child like dimples, never speak or rumble., 2014
Make me a summary of the world! She was his guide and had traveled on camel, rhino, elephant and kangaroo, dedicated to dried plants, glass houses - for medical study, vegetable sexuality, self-pollination, and fertilization her reach pierced the woods, country by country., 2014
Double Self, 2014
Language is power. When you turn “torture” into “enhanced interrogation,” or murdered children into “collateral damage,” you break the power of language to convey meaning, to make us see, feel, and care. — Rebecca Solnit “Our Words Are Our Weapons” (via gallowhill)
(Source: definitiveme, via anemptyspace)